AZZA Silentium Overview
For a full video overview of the case be sure to check out our video below.
The AZZA Silentium 920 has a very sleek elegant design to it. As I said there are two versions; a white version and a black version. As you can see from the photos we received the black version. The case is a mid tower and made mostly of Japanese SECC steel with a plastic front bezel. Official dimensions of the case are 19.7″ (500mm) x 8.8″ (225mm) x 18.1″ (460mm) (D x W x H).
Taking a look at the front of the case it is a very clean design. There are no visible drive bays, although the top bay is a hidden drive bay. There is a door on the front that opens from the left. When you open it, it reveals a total of four 5.25-inch drive bays. The 5th bottom bay is actually a 3.5-inch bay and there is an adapter included. You will also find sound dampening material on the inside of the door.
Moving down there is a very subtle power button and also power and hard drive activity LEDs. On the far right you will find all of your front panel connections. Those connections include a single USB 3.0 port, a USB 2.0 port and audio connections. The reset button is located below the USB 2.0 port. There is a 120mm intake fan behind this section of the case that brings in air from the bottom of the case.
Both side panels of the case are pretty plain, they extrude just a little bit and you will see why once we get inside the case.
At the back of the case is the second 120mm fan. There are two large watercooling holes and of course the power supply mounting is on the bottom of the case. The case uses thumbscrews on both side panels.
On the bottom of the case are four large case feet. There is a thin filter over where your power supply will be.